N1 Kitchen System is intended for the outdoors but can be fitted into a compact home. The whole unit just shuts-shop and fits into a storage container for easy transportation. The kitchen features the three basic elements – the sink and prep area, the storage unit and the stove system; keeping it really simple and bare. Designed within the kitchen’s prep area is a self-proportioning cutting board that visually divides the board’s surface, up to 6 times, and weighs each division for equal portions. Inspired by x-rays, the storage system uses smart glass to visually reveal food quantities. As food is consumed the surface’s opacity changes. The stove system gets rid of knobs that may break in the outdoors and uses the turning of the stove’s pot to change the temperature. As the pot turns and aligns with the different stove’s burners, it changes the temperature from boiling water to low, medium and high. The stove’s burner has a groove, which the pot turns in to avoid being knocked around in the outdoors and to maintain efficiency. Designers: Kyle Thacker, Sarah Fung, Maxine Kim, Paul Methot, Xavier Yee & Jesse Kim. To get in touch with the designers or to receive more information we invite you to visit the link below the pictures.